Painting is just another way of keeping a diary ~Pablo Picasso

Monday, October 28, 2013


The steel skeleton of the Peter Iredale is all the remains from this barque, run aground in 1906 on its way to the mouth of the Columbia.  It's so rusted and barnacle-encrusted that it doesn't look all that sturdy, but it is.  And of course it draws a curious crowd.  It's not that safe of a playground, but that doesn't stop the adventurous from climbing around and exploring. 


Lynette said...

You've certainly taken a fine photo of the wreck, sandy beach, incoming waves, and mountains on the horizon. Wow!

Marisa said...

Very beautiful photo!